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Category:Software synthesizers Category:Virtual instrumentsCAIRO (AP) — Egypt’s top Islamist leader on Tuesday insisted the Muslim Brotherhood would not seek to run the country even as he called the group’s ban from politics a “crime” that would be “punished.” He also urged the military to quickly restore the group’s legitimacy as a political actor after Islamist President Mohammed Morsi was ousted in a July 3 coup. The Muslim Brotherhood has called the takeover a coup and has refused to recognize the military’s new authority over the country. In a surprise televised speech on Tuesday, the group’s leader, Mohamed Mursi, accused the military of “stealing legitimacy” by issuing a decree banning it from politics. He said the group would not recognize the military’s authority to oversee the country until the overthrow was overturned. The group was banned from running for office in a parliamentary election in January after the election commission said it had violated a peace deal reached under Morsi’s rule that allowed the Brotherhood to participate in the parliamentary vote. Mursi said the group is not seeking power in the interim period, which lasts until the military-drafted constitution is implemented. But he said the group would not recognize the military’s authority until the interim rule period is over and the new constitution is in effect. Defense Minister Gen. Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi and army chief Gen. Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi signed the military’s interim rules on Monday, dissolving the elected parliament and assuming the role of caretaker government for the interim period. An official from the Military Council that took over from Morsi said the military would restore the group’s legitimacy as a political player once a constitutional declaration gives it that authority. In the meantime, Mursi’s remarks appear aimed at using a broad definition of “legitimacy” to ensure the group has political rights. “We will not leave, we will not give up the right to rule,” he said. His remarks came in a speech in which he acknowledged mistakes made by the Brotherhood in the 2012-2013 period that saw the Arab Spring uprising, which toppled longtime autocrat Hosni Mubarak, but “hailed the path of the revolution that has brought a great nation to a wonderful day.